Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) officials have questioned a decision from the European Olympic Committees (EOC) to invite self-suspended former President Patrick Hickey to this month's European Games in Minsk.
Hungarian Olympic Committee President Kulcsár aiming to grow country's brand after Budapest hosts Olympics marketing seminar
The changing nature of marketing within the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and its worldwide partners was addressed at a three-day marketing seminar hosted by the Hungarian Olympic Committee (MOB) in Budapest.
NZOC President praises country's first female Olympic gold medallist as honour revealed month after death
New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) President Mike Stanley has hailed the contribution to women's sport of the country's first female Olympic gold medallist Yvette Corlett after it was revealed she had been made a Dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours List a month after her death.
National Olympic Committee of Zambia (NOCZ) President Alfred Foloko has praised the contribution of judo to society in the country after a training course was launched in Lusaka.
National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka awards lifetime memberships to former President and secretary general
The National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka (NOCSL) has awarded honorary lifetime memberships to two of its longest-serving officials.
Kosovo NOC marks World Day of Sports and Environment with celebration of the role of women in sports
The Olympic Committee of Kosovo (KOC) have marked June 5 – the World Day of Sports and Environment – with events aimed at promoting the role of women in sport.
Two of the longest-serving employees in the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) have retired.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has appointed Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) as its public relations agency for a third straight Olympic Games.
Nepal Olympic Committee call for closer ties between national governing bodies at National Sports Forum
The Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) have called for closer ties with the country's Sports Council at their second National Sports Forum.
Golfer Brooks Koepka has been shortlisted for the Team USA male athlete of the month award for May after winning back-to-back titles at both the US Open and PGA Championship.
Third edition of Uganda Olympic Committee international sports law training programme begins in Kampala
Representatives from 18 countries are in attendance at the third edition of the Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) international sports law training programme in Kampala.
Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) chairman William Ramirez has accepted the role as the country's Chef de Mission for its home Southeast Asian (SEA) Games later this year.
The United States Olympic Committee's Athlete Career and Education Programme (ACE) has given more than $240,000 (£190,056/€215,06) of higher education tuition grants to athletes.
Retired karateka Julius Piku has praised an IBS University and Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee (PNGOC) initiative which is providing him with a future beyond sport.
Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games chairman Vincent Mudd claimed he had spoken to 300 companies in order to raise sponsorship for the event in San Diego before it was cancelled.